Profiles in Management: David Gassaway

2023-03-28T14:30:36-07:00March 28th, 2023|

What inspired you to enter city management? I always had an interest in government. I studied political science at San Diego State University and, after graduating, worked in the private [...]

CCMF Congratulates Two Scholarship Recipients

2023-03-08T09:59:45-08:00March 7th, 2023|

Each year, CCMF equips members with opportunities to broaden their knowledge at various seminars and educational programs. We are especially grateful to Corporate Benefactor Sponsor HdL Companies for donating $7,000 to CCMF’s scholarship fund so that a qualifying member may attend the Local Governance Summer Institute (LSGI) seminar at Stanford University this summer. This donation, along with our Executive Education Grant program, enables us to support three CCMF members who are interested in attending an educational program this year.

CCMF Refreshes Brand Identity with a New Logo

2023-03-09T11:37:54-08:00March 1st, 2023|

For over 35 years, CCMF’s mission has been to promote and encourage excellence in city management in all of California’s 480+ incorporated cities and towns. We are proud of the resources and services we provide for our valued members. Part of CCMF’s mission is also focused on keeping up with the times, and maintaining the reputation of a forward-looking, trusted organization. To that end, CCMF is pleased to announce the unveiling of a new logo.

A Profile of the Profession: CCMF Collaborates with Claremont McKenna College’s Rose Institute of State and Local Government to Produce New Report

2023-01-31T10:53:45-08:00January 31st, 2023|

In January 2023, CCMF partnered with the Rose Institute at Claremont Mckenna College to begin developing a new report that will be relevant to city managers throughout the state. The report will be the first of its kind to provide a comprehensive overview of the city management profession in California.

Profiles in Management: Peggy Flynn

2023-01-27T11:54:26-08:00January 24th, 2023|

What inspired you to enter city management? How did you become a city manager? My trajectory was atypical and non-traditional. While my education and subsequent training was focused on public [...]

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